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Posted on: June 4, 2020

Phase Two of Business Reopening Expected June 10 on Long Island


Following shutdown during the COVIDd-19 pandemic, New York State is gradually allowing businesses to reopen.
Phase One business reopening guidance for construction, retail (with restrictions), agriculture, hunting, fishing, forestry, manufacturing, wholesale. Phase One businesses were allowed to resume on Long Island on May 27.
Learn more:
Phase Two could begin on Wed., June 10 on Long Island, allowing offices; real estate; essential and in-store Phase Two retail; vehicle sales, leases, and rentals; retail rental, repair, and cleaning; commercial building management; hair salons and barbershops, and outdoor and takeout/delivery food services
Learn more:

Wondering about if or when a particular business or activity may resume? Use the state’s "look-up tool":

Outdoor dining guidelines and rules for restaurants reopening in Phase Two:

State Liquor Authority guidelines for restaurants serving outdoors in Phase Two:

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